Meaning of “patience” - Learner’s Dictionary

patience

noun [ U ] us uk /ˈpeɪʃəns/
He kept on crying and I lost my patience.Fishing requires a lot of patience.I'm beginning to run out of patience.Patience is one of his finest qualities.You have to admire his patience. He's been building that violin for years.
BEHAVIOUR

B2 the quality of being able to stay calm and not get angry, especially when something takes a long time:

Finally, I lost / my patience and shouted at her.
Making small scale models takes / a lot of patience.
→ Opposite impatience
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a card game for one person

(Definition of “patience” from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)